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Aloha MAP

Kumu Kaulu Llanes and the
Aloha MAP group

Kumu Kaulu and the Aloha MAP group came to Kealakekua Mountain Reserve on 12/11/21 and focused on learning protocol for entering the ululāʻau (forest), native and invasive plant identification, and also help Kealakekua Forest Nursery with cleaning 600 ʻiliahi seedlings from weeds and liverwort.

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The group offered a beautiful hula as a mahalo for their huakaʻi.